Monthly Archives: July 2017

Sainte-Ephrem-le-Syriaque Church

As we started down the hill from The Pantheon, actually halfway down, we noticed this poster displayed before the chapel below.  There was an elegant black French iron fence which we peered through to learn  the details.  Checking the date … Continue reading

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The Foucault Pendulum

Before leaving the Pantheon and all its treasure, just a quick stop at the Foucault Pendulum . Those of you who know me are aware, I am sure, that physics is not my thing!   But David has a deep … Continue reading

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The Pantheon Paris

If this building looks familiar, it might be that you have visited the Pantheon in Rome. Pantheon is a Greek word that translates as “temple to all gods.” This post is about the Pantheon in Paris in the Latin Quarter. … Continue reading

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Montmartre. . . . a video

Pictures are worth a thousand words!      

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MacKenzie-Childs 2017 Barn Sale

Aura,  New York was alive with visitors from all over the country this weekend. In the       Sunday paper from nearby Syracuse, a woman from California  was interviewed.  The sale began  on Thursday and and ended on  Sunday. … Continue reading

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Musee de Montmartre

Is this not a picture perfect site for the Musee de Montmartre, sited at the crest of the hill and surrounded by gardens that were designed from the master garden painter Renoir? The gardens are terraced down the hill and … Continue reading

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Cafes, Cafes Everywhere!

A cafe at the beginning of a block. . . A cafe at the end of the block. . . .   And one that  meets  in the middle!   This one was quite near our apartment. We always ate … Continue reading

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